DRAKE has been showing off his new bit of bling and this time it's a £140 million private jet.
The Canadian rapper is known for his love of the finer things in life and has spared no expense in his new purchase.
The Hotline Bling star is now the proud owner a massive Boeing 767 cargo plane which features his OVO owl symbol, along with the moniker Air Drake.
OVO stands for Drake's company – October's Very Own – and for his record label OVO sound.
In a video shared by one of entourage, fans got to see how the other-half live.
The plane has A huge luxury lounge area, with golden walls and comes complete with a plush bedroom for if Drake fancies some alone time on a long flight (or if he is entertaining).
From what is seen, Air Drake doesn't just have a personal boudoir but there is also a living room that can be closed off from the cabin and the room.
As far as the plane's cabin, there are multiple wraparound couches, where the materials consist of a balance between leather and crushed velvet.
The interior is completed with a a hardwood table surrounded by individual reclining seats.
The walls are filled with mirrors lined by hardwood that matches the table to complete the theme.
Speaking about his new toy, Drake said: "No rental, no timeshare, no co-owners."
In the clip, Drake also pays homage to CargoJet's President and CEO Ajay Virmani.
He says: "That guy made it happen right there, that's the man.'
The unveiling of the plane comes just a few days after news broke that Drake had partnered with the Canadian company.
A statement read: "We are very excited to partner with Drake as our ambassador and assisting him with his logistical needs and requirements.
"We have had a lengthy relationship with Drake and this partnership has grown organically between both parties. Cargojet and Drake are both great Canadian successes, we are thrilled to be partnering together."
Airways magazine puts the plane at approximately $185million (£143m) and that's before it was customised to Drake's taste and with his logo on the side.
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